- A young lady who had to restart her university education after she was found guilty of examination malpractice in 400 level has succeeded
- Angela withdrew herself from her former school to study at Ababukar Tafawa Balewa University years ago
- The young lady did not only graduate, she also bagged first-class, getting a degree in crop production
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A lady, Angela Sughnen, has narrated how she bounced back from a very bad place in her life to achieving a first-class.
In a long Facebook post on Tuesday, November 30, the lady said she was a 400 level student in a university with a 2.1 grade when she got involved in examination malpractice and was going to be expelled.
Vowed to be a better person
Angela said that she was mocked and broken as she became a huge disappointment to many people. The lady said amid the pain, she never waited to be expelled formally before she applied to another university.
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She packed her bag and left. Angela stated that when she headed up north, she never knew what she was doing. While in her new school, she promised she would be a better version of herself there.
I was very serious in my new school
Angela added that while she was in her new school, she never smiled in the examination hall, let alone help anyone. She said:
“Pain was my drive, God was my help and so I kept going and GOD helped me, the system was super tough but against all odds I d move the go.”
On Thursday, November 11, her final result came out and she graduated with a first class in Agriculture. Angela hopes her story inspires someone who is going through the same thing.
See her post below:
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
Hungwa Stephen Jnr said:
"Congratulations great Balewite. Happy for you."
Princewill Santus said:
"Thanks be to God who ignited that unwavering determination in you."
Hassanat Momoh said:
"Inspiring Story, with lots of courage, today God has decided to turn your tears into joy. Congratulations."
Felix Timothy Madaki said:
"Congratulations dear.. An inspiring story. Giving up at a point always seems the easiest and only alternative but resistance and perseverance always come along with a happy ending Angela Sughnen thank you for this. It means a lot."
Terfa Robert Jam said:
"Congratulations sis, what an inspiring story. I share the same experience with yours."
Twins who graduated with first-class
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young lady, Oluyale Juliet, took to LinkedIn to celebrate bagging a first-class degree from the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) on Friday, November 26 with a 4.89 CGPA.
That was not all. Her twin sister, Kehinde, also finished from the same university with first-class as she got 4.82 CGPA. She prayed for other twins out there who want to be like them.
Reliving her past days, Juliet said a sickness made her absent from school for whole two months as people were really concerned about her.
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